Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Mar 5, 2009
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  • Vol. 25, No. 42

News

  • Summum's Seven Aphorisms
  • 5 Spot
  • Summum's Seven Aphorisms

    Local First Amendment attorney Brian Barnard made national news recently when the U.S. Supreme Court ruled against his client, Summum, a local religious group that sought to install a slab listing its Seven Aphorisms in Pleasant Grove’s Pioneer Park.
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  • Letters
  • Friends Reunite This Week

    I take my best friend Sudoku to lunch whenever I can, or we interact at the fireplace after work and when I can’t sleep. Where is my little Sudoku this week?
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  • Letters
  • Outsourcing Folk Arts

    As former directors of the Utah Arts Council, we are concerned about the Jan. 12 proposal to the Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst by current director Margaret Hunt. Hunt clearly states her
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  • Letters
  • Where'd It Go?

    I just looked at your new format online and it is confusing; where is the feedback form for writing a letter to the editor? You people obviously don’t know what the hell you are doing.
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Music

  • Johnny’s On Second
  • Johnny’s On Second

    Johnny’s on Second, the private club once only known for billiards, lately has been wrasslin’ up some Texas Hold ‘Em on Thursdays starting at 8 p.m. Tables are often packed, but ther
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